Virtual Tours & Online Resources
Combining archival material with technical prowess, Save Chelsea is proud to introduce a series of virtual walking tours that can be explored from anywhere. This project was led by Andrew Cronson, Laurence Frommer, David Howloka, and Cher Carden. We also give our sincerest thanks to David Freeland, George Calderaro, John Reddick, Ken Lustbader, Miriam Berman, Lynne Funk, and Eric Washington for their help.
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Save Chelsea | Tin Pan Alley & Old Chelsea Theater District Tour
The founding of Save Chelsea as an organization was spurned by the activism surrounding the establishment of the Chelsea Historic District. Now, years later, we would like to expand on that work to make sure that even more of the irreplaceable fabric of Chelsea is protected. A small sampling of this forthcoming project has been mapped to serve as an introduction to the community, along with other notable points of interest.
Starting in the mid-1800's, the neighborhood of Chelsea was an epicenter of New York City's arts and culture. At its heart was Tin Pan Alley which was famous for the music publishing houses which operated on West 28th Street. An additional sampling of this tour has been made through our partnership with Urban Archive which can be viewed online or through their mobile app.
Save Chelsea | Chelsea Historic District Extension Virtual Walking Tour
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View Through: Urban Archive